Large leavened products
|DOLCE FORNO MAESTRO||g 6500|
|egg yolk||g 1600|
|caster sugar||g 500|
|unsalted butter 82% fat||g 2000|
|yeast - brewer's||g 30|
-Knead DOLCE FORNO MAESTRO with the yeast and all the water indicated in the recipe for 5-10 minutes.
-When the dough begins to take shape, add the sugar and the egg yolk little by little until you obtain a smooth consistency, then, add the softened butter in 3-4 times.
-Check that the temperature of the dough is at about 26-28°C.
-Place in the proofer for 12-14 hours at 22-24°C with relative humidity of about 70/80%. If the proofer is unprovided of the humidifier, cover the dough with a plastic cloth. During this first process, the dough should have quadrupled its initial volume.
-We suggest cutting out a 250g piece of the dough and to put it into a 1L jug to check the pace of the leavening and verify the quadruplication of its volume.
-Start kneading on second speed and when around the end of the kneading finish on first speed.
-If the temperature of the first dough is higher than 28°C, you should shorten the first rising time.
-If using a spiral or a hook planetary mixer it is important to reduce the amount of water for the first dough from 2400 to 2300gr.
|JOYPASTE NOCCIOLA PREMIUM||g 1200|
|water - boiling||g 900|
-Mix, with the help of a whisk, JOYPASTE NOCCIOLAPREMIUM with the boiling water.
-Cover the dough with a film and let it rest at room temperature all night long.
|DOLCE FORNO MAESTRO||g 3500|
|water - room temperature||g 400|
|egg yolk - room temperature||g 1500|
|unsalted butter 82% fat - creamy||g 1400|
|caster sugar||g 800|
|NOCCIOLE INTERE TOSTATE - toasted and chopped||g 1500|
|candied orange peel cubes||g 1500|
-The next morning, the dough shall be slightly curved.
-Add to the evening dough the DOLCE FORNO MAESTRO and then knead for about 5-10 minutes.
-Once all the ingredients are absorbed in the mixture, add sugar, salt, and a part of the yolk. Add the remaining yolk in two times and keep kneading.
-Mix the honey and the softened butter and add the mixture to the dough in two or three times.
-Add the hazelnut ganache to the dough in four times.
-Add the toasted hazelnuts and the candy orange.
-Place in the proofer for 1 hour at 28-30°C.
-Divide the dough into the desired size, roll them up, place on trays and let it rest for 10-15 minutes at 28-30°C.
-Roll them up again and transfer into the specific paper moulds.
-Place into the proofer at 28-30°C with relative humidity of 70-80%, until the top of the dough is 1 cm lower from the mould. If the proofer is unprovided of the humidifier, cover the pastry with a plastic cloth.
|caster sugar||g 700|
|egg whites||g 560|
|rice starch||g 420|
|unsalted butter 82% fat||g 280|
|CACAO IN POLVERE||g 210|
-Mix DELINOISETTE, sugar, and the rice starch.
-Add the egg white and mix in the planetary mixer with the paddle attachment for 5 minutes.
-Add the melted butter and mix.
-With the help of a flexible spatula or a pastry bag with the flat nozzle, brush evenly the glaze on the surface of the leavened product.
-Prepare the glaze at the time of use.
-Do not change the type of starch used.
Once the proofing process is complete, let the colomba rest at room temperature for 20-25 minutes until a light film is formed on the surface.
-Cover the surface of the products with the glaze and decorate it with hazelnuts and then sprinkle with granulated and icing sugar.
-Bake at 160-170°C. The baking time depends on the weight of the colomba (about 50 minutes for the 1kg pieces) but bake until the core temperature reaches a core temperature of 93-95°C.
-Once churned out from the oven turn the colombe upside down with the help of the toothed racks.
-Let the fresh baked colombe cool upside down for 8-10 hours before packing them into moplefan bags.
How to calculate the temperature of the water for the first dough:
If you are using a double arm mixer this is the right procedure. If you are using a spiral mixer, considering that it warms up the dough, lower the temperature at least of 5°C.
To obtain the right temperature, for example 26°C, follow this scheme:
It is mandatory to know and use 3 values:
1)The value of the room temperature
2)The value of the DOLCEFORNO temperature
3)The value of the used mixer (double arm 15, spiral or planetary 20)
CALCULATION: final temperature 26°C x 3 (fixed number) = 78 – Value 1 (e.g. 20°C) – VALUE 2 (e.g. 20°C) – value 3 (e.g. 15) = 78-20-18-15 = 25. 25 should be the temperature of the first dough if using a double arm mixer.